Let’s face it, I’m just a nerd. I love music, art, food and technology, and I can’t throw a football to save my life. My father was an engineer and my mother a psychologist, and I seem to be a mix of both. My passion is creating and sustaining media whether it’s audio, blogging, video, or photography. I am logical and artistic at the same time often in contradiction. It’s not uncommon that I would quote Ronald Reagan and John Lennon in the same sentence. In my spare time I like to play music, paint water color, and spend time outdoors. Professionally I strive to be the rock that others can lean on in time of need and success.
Cheyenne Man Has Largest Collection of Hats in State, Possibly the World
We don't know exactly how many hats are in this photo, but the collection is mammoth. It is possible this unknown Cheyenne man could hold a new world record.
Wyoming is Home To Some of the Largest Coal Seams in the World
Yep, that is 100% coal. The seams in Wyoming are some of the largest in the world. They are up to 250 feet thick. This photo shows one of the massive seams.
1950’s Killing Spree Ended with High Speed Shootout in Douglas, Wyoming
By the end of this bloody rampage, Charles Starkweather and Carli Fugate murdered 11 people, and it was a parking brake that stopped them.
Newly Discovered Fossil Bird in Wyoming Is the Oldest Of Its Kind
The majority of avian species perch, and in it is a fairly new trait in their evolution. Found at Wyoming's Fossil Butte, this is the oldest bird of its kind.
Why Did the Wyoming Cow Cross The Road? Because The Rancher Was Chasing It
We've all had those days at work where it feels like you are chasing your tail all day long. This rancher in Torrington, Wyoming, was having one of those days.
The Best and Worst Googled Questions about Wyoming
Have you ever noticed when you start a search on Google, it offers suggestions? They show most frequently asked questions. What does this say about Wyoming?
The Biggest and Baddest Monster Ever to Live in Wyoming
Wyoming was once home to monsters. We are not talking about those fictional characters like Dracula. These are real-life creatures that once ruled the western plains.
News Stories about Wyoming That Drive Most Wyomingites Mad
Wyoming takes the brunt of a lot of jokes. Sometimes an outsider makes a fool of the state. Then there are times when the locals do something really careless.
National Park Service: Devils Tower is ‘Down for Routine Maintenance’
This is a picture of Devils Tower. What, you can't see the monument? That is because the National Park Service removed the mountain for some routine maintenance.
Watch as Beautiful Wyoming Landscapes are Transformed by Kaleidoscope
With advances in technology, we have new ways to see our world. This video uses a Drone to capture images of Wyoming then turns it into a kaleidoscope.
The Wyoming Counties with the Most Expensive Real Estate
We found a list of the median home values in each Wyoming county. This then helps us determine which area of the state is worth the most ... on paper at least.
Hunting For The Wyoming Death Ship Leads To Bermuda Triangle
Since the mid 1800th century, there have been reports of a phantom ship on the North Platte River. It appears in autumn and is known as the Wyoming Death Ship.